New Omega Seamaster replica watches for the coming 2020 Olympics – Luxury Knockoff Replica Watches for Sale, Best Fake Watches for Men

Just like that, replica Omega has moved on from the lunar anniversary celebrations and is now focusing on the next Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. That is still a year away, of course, but the brand hopes to make an early splash by releasing two new Tokyo 2020 limited edition Seamasters.
We know that Omega’s affiliation with the Olympics is the brand’s most important initiative. The brand has been the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games on 28 occasions since 1932, and over the years the games have seen the debut of some of its most cutting-edge timekeeping technology. Obviously, many other watchmakers are extremely envious of all the attention Omega replica will garner during the two-week event, watched by millions of people all over the world. 
The first of the two particular timepieces is the Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition. This piece marks the debut of the first ceramic dial for the Aqua Terra range. It features a sporty blue finish with a design of asymmetrical shapes and an understated vibe, in keeping with the Aqua Terra’s elegant aesthetic.
Sized at 41mm and limited to just 2,020 pieces, the stainless steel fake watch has a sapphire crystal caseback with a Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem that partially reveals the Omega Master Chronometer Calibre 8900 movement. Water-resistant to 150 meters, it comes on a blue rubber band that echoes the design of the dial, and the presentation box consists of an extra stainless steel bracelet for changing up its look.
The second Rolex replica watch is the Seamaster Planet Ocean Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition, which sports a white-on-white look with red highlights in homage to the Japanese flag. Sized at 39.5mm in stainless steel, it features a white ceramic bezel ring with its signature diving scale applied in the fake Omega’s Liquidmetal – the brand’s proprietary metallic glass alloy concludes five factors: zirconium, titanium, copper, nickel, and beryllium.
At the top of the “lollipop” central tray is a lacquered red dot that salutes the rising sun. What’s more, limited to 2,020 pieces, it too features the exhibition casebook with the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem. It’s powered by replica Omega’s Master Chronometer Calibre 8800 movement and comes on a white alligator pattern leather strap together with an additional steel bracelet and a spare NATO band.